Cahill Gordon & Reindel elected four new partners effective January 1, 2017: Brockton B. Bosson, Ariel Goldman, Sheila C. Ramesh and Sean P. Tonolli.

“Our firm is coming off one of its most successful years ever, with litigation, regulatory and corporate practice groups contributing to double digit bottom line growth. We are pleased to elect three exceptional litigators, as well as a terrific corporate finance lawyer, as partners,” said William M. Hartnett, Cahill’s executive committee chairman. “We continue to deepen our bench to ensure that our clients receive the exceptional service to which they are accustomed.”

Goldman has been elected a partner in Cahill’s market-leading capital markets and lending practice where he will represent leading investment banks, commercial banks and other financial institutions on a broad range of leveraged finance and other financing transactions.

Bosson, Ramesh and Tonolli have been elected partners in Cahill’s litigation and regulatory practices.

Bosson’s practice focuses on regulatory compliance, investigations, enforcement actions and corporate governance issues involving alleged violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, securities fraud, trade sanctions, anti-money laundering and cybersecurity matters. He has also served as a captain in the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps and as a former special assistant U.S. Attorney in the Western District of Louisiana.

Ramesh’s practice is focused on securities litigation and white collar defense with a special emphasis on the defense of leading financial institutions in complex securities litigation and in parallel investigations.

Tonolli’s practice is principally focused on regulatory enforcement and in connection with investigations by the DOJ, SEC and other governmental agencies. He has more than a decade of experience as an assistant U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia and the District of Columbia.

Based in New York, Cahill has offices in London and Washington, D.C.